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Egg #34 was designed by Jason Middlebrook for DODGE Gallery. This egg had a $2,000 price tag at auction. Found it at Columbus Circle in front of the Time-Warner Building.

Egg #139 was designed by Paul Wirhun. I found it at Columbus Circle in front of the Time-Warner Building. The last known auction price for this egg was $600.

Egg #103 was designed by Kayti Didriksen. I found it at Columbus Circle in front of the Time-Warner Building. The design is an example of the EGGstra special performance by the Brooklyn Symphony. As of this writing it was selling at auction for $600.

Egg #222 is titled “A glitch in reality” and was designed by Faig Ahmed. I found it at Columbus Circle in front of the Time-Warner Building. It is the only egg that found that had a Passover theme. Last known auction price was $1,100.

Egg #222 is titled “A glitch in reality” and was designed by Faig Ahmed. I found it at Columbus Circle in front of the Time-Warner Building. It is the only egg that found that had a Passover theme. Last known auction price was $1,100.

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Egg #188 was designed by Terry Richardson, a self-portrait. As of this writing it was selling at auction for $800.

PHOTOS: Easter celebrations around the world

Participants march during the annual Easter procession during traditional Semana Santa (Holy Week) festivities on April 5, 2015 in Ouro Preto, Brazil. Holy Week marks Easter celebrations for Catholics and Brazil holds the largest number of Catholics on the planet. Ouro Preto was a colonial mining town founded in the late 17th century and the Semana Santa tradition in Ouro Preto can be traced back to the 18th century Portuguese colonial period. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)